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Host Committee

Elisia Abrams
Vicki and William Abrams
Stephanie Adamowicz
Erica Frankel and Dimitry Ekshtut
Meredith Grossman and David Blackston
Dianne Howard
Nathaniel and Tiana Koppel

Ericka and Jordan Leader
Heidi and Steven Lurensky
Jake Maeroff and Wanjiro Gethaiga
Vicki Messler and Avram Kaufman
Naomi Sage and Sage Ramadge
Robyn Weinstein and Matt Goldich

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Enjoy a sneak preview of some of the fun raffle prizes that celebrate our JCC Harlem community!


Prizes include:

  • Guitar lesson with Dimitry Ekshtut
  • Gift card for Franz Floral Boutique
  • Clown birthday party with Sammie and Tudie
  • Personal concert with Elad from MusicTalks
  • Tickets to Maysles Documentary Center
  • 16-inch wood panel masterpiece from artist Jessica Tamar Deutch
  • Private infant massage class for babies up to 12 months from Certified Infant Developmental Movement Educator and Certified Educator of Infant Massage Courtney Corbin-Simon
  • Private pottery lesson at Supermud
  • Gift certificate for Dulceria
  • A 12-child soccer class with Stellar Soccer
  • One hour personal training session with Jess Dart
  • Pair of tickets for the final performance of A Drop of Midnight at the Harlem Stage Gatehouse (Sat, Jun 11, 7:30 pm)
  • Two coffee table books, Dreams Dipped in the Color of Sky (a celebration of African American face painting) and Soulful Strut: Steppin' Down Seventh Avenue in Three Quarter Harlem Time (select photographs celebrating the African American Day Parade), autographed by the artist/author, Nikki Williams
  • Violin lessons from Victoria Lewis
  • ...and more surprises to come!

The raffle will take place in person on June 8th.

Email Dylan at dylan@jccharlem.org if you would like to enter virtually.

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Please note: Upon entry, all guests will be required to show proof of vaccination. Vaccine cards may be sent ahead of time to vaxproof@jccharlem.org. We also understand that circumstances may evolve in June, so we will update guests with safety pivots.

In a commitment to accessibility, we invite folks to participate in our digital options, which are equally important in building our mission.